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# BODMAS RULE Vijay Mukati
6 years ago
According to this rule, if you have multiple operating in a single equation like addition, multiplication etc. then the order in which they should be solve will beBrackets, Orders, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction and this is nothing but the full form of BODMAS.
6 years ago

BODMAS rule decides the order of operations for add, subtract, multiply, divide, etc as below shown B-Brackets (do all operations contained in the brackets first) O-Orders (powers and square root etc) D-Division M-Multiplication A-Addition S- Subtraction

Let’s see an example and check how BODMASS Rule works 30-(2*6+15/3) +8*3/6

Step1: Brackets 2*6+15/3 = 12+5 = 17

Step2: division 30-17+8*1/2

Step3: multiplication 30-17+4

Step 4: addition and Subtraction 30-17+4=17

20+30-5/4*2+ (1+6) (5-6/4)+9*7 1-6*(2+9)/8

BODMAS Rule is very helpful in solving various algebra math problems.

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6 years ago

Easy and simple way to remember BODMAS rule!!

B → Brackets first (parentheses)

O → Of (orders i.e. Powers and Square Roots, Cube Roots, etc.)

DM  Division and Multiplication (start from left to right)

AS → Addition and Subtraction (start from left to right)

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5 years ago
BODMAS is nothing but a small set of rules according to whch you can easily and correctly solve any multi-operational math problem.
B stands for Brackets
O stands for Off  (implying brackets off)
D stands for Division
M stands for Multiplication